1998 Plymouth Sundance-Had a fire in my throttle body. Burned up my Air filter (replaced), /Idle air control valve (replaced) Fuel Pressure Regulator (replaced). Took apart the throttle body and cleaned. Replaced the gaskets. Checked the fuel injector. Seems to be working/clicking. No damage to that. Gas seems to be flowing through the manifold into my tailpipe. Car cranks over. But won't start as if something is keeping it from starting. Spark plugs have spark. But seem moist. Dried them off. Put them back in after I took some sandpaper and gently cleaned off the carbon. Have also replaced the PCV Valve and elbow because there were cracks. I am @ loss as to why this won't start. Have tried to read the on board diagnostics. And all I get is battery has been reset and end of test codes. Is there some kind of relay that got tripped during the fire that is preventing the car from starting now?
have the same problem?
Monday, September 21st, 2015 AT 7:48 PM